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What I am trying to do is get a gallery working on a multisite wordpress installation . . It works on the home site because that is where wordpress is actually installed but not on the sub domain sites. Timthumb.php is a script that basically resizes images into a thumbnail. So on main domain it works but not on any subdomains, it doesn't show the thumb, only the main image once the thumb is clicked.

The creator of timthumb.php wrote a fix at http://www.binarymoon.co.uk/2009/10/timthumb-wordpress-mu/ but I cannot work out the application for my case. Any tips?

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TimThumb is enough of a resource drain on a non-network install; I can only imagine how much more of a resource drain it would be on a network install.

Rather than trying to make TimThumb work on your network install, why not just use the core Post Thumbnail functionality? TimThumb is absolutely unnecessary in WordPress.

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I had this same issue and tried the binarymoon fix... but it never worked out for me. But, I found this fix!

http://wpcodesnippets.info/blog/how-to-use-timthumb-php-with-multisites.html

Just copy paste the timbthumb.php file with the mulitsite fix in it and you should be good to go. Good Luck.

  • Please post relevant code in your answer in the future. The link provided is now dead. – Kimberly W Nov 22 '16 at 3:10
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http://odotteeaux.com/blog/2011/02/14/timthumb-php-fix-for-wordpress-mu/

http://www.binarymoon.co.uk/2009/10/timthumb-wordpress-mu/

This will solve your problem IA

  • You should provide actual code or a solution in your answer and not just links. The first one is dead. – Kimberly W Nov 22 '16 at 3:11

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